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Advice to the Linelorn:
Crossing State Borders and the Politics of Cyberspace

by Jennifer Jordan-Henley
and Barry Maid

The Cyberspace Project served these authors well in that it was both a classroom success and a perfect introduction to online teaching and the politics of such an endeavor. They share a condensed version of their conclusions here.

Online Writing Assistant

developed by Chuck Guilford
Paradigm is an interactive, menu-driven, online writer's guide and handbook written in HTML and distributed freely over the WWW. It works on frames-capable browsers, using hypertext structure to create a web of links and text windows that you can navigate quickly and easily by clicking your desired choice.

Conference Wraps

  • TCC-L by Johanna Harness
  • TCC-L by David Schelle
  • NCTE by Cathryn A. McFaul
  • CCCC by Patricia R. Webb

    Excerpted E-list Dialogues

  • "Why Real Time?" from ACW-L
  • "Kairos" from WCENTER

    Calls for Participation

  • Conferences
  • Publications
  • Other materials
  • News
    Computers & Writing '98
    • Official C&W Website
      The 14th Computers and Writing conference focuses on the distances transcended by the internet-oriented writing classroom.

    • Kairos 3.2
      Next issue of Kairos to feature "Best of Computers & Writing" proceedings.

    • Best Webtext Award
      Winner of second annual award will come from three finalists selected by the Kairos staff and board.

    Research In Progress

    Ed. Note: All RIP links are external to the Kairos shell.

    • Into the New Trenches
      Greg Siering's dissertation examines the way in which Computer-Aided Writing Instruction initiatives are supported and ways in which training is provided for them.

    • Literary Websites: A Survey of Perceptions of Educational Effectiveness
      Serena Roberts' dissertation explores ways in which literature classes are taught via the World Wide Web. She invites you to complete her survey.

    • Jake Shewmake's master's thesis looks closely at how online courses are actually conducted, especially including course content, and he invites you to complete his survey.

    KAIROS Kairos: A Journal for Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments.
    Vol. 3 No. 1. Spring 1998